All this season we are pleased to offer short bonus conversations about each Ways & Means podcast. The conversations are hosted by professor Deondra Rose, Research Director of Polis: Center for Politics at Duke UNiversity.
Short Takes: Kristin Goss
Short Takes: John Holbein
In this “Short Takes” episode, host Deondra Rose talks with John Holbein of the University of Virginia about his research into why more young people don’t vote. His work was the topic of the Ways & Means podcast episode: Why Young People Don’t Vote – And How to Change That
Short Takes: Carolyn Barnes
In this “Short Takes” episode, host Deondra Rose talks with Carolyn Barnes about her research into how government-funded programs can help parents become politically engaged rather than leaving them feeling as if their voices don’t matter. Barnes’ work was the topic of the Ways & Means Podcast episode: How Afterschool Programs Can Empower Parents.
Short Takes: Phil Napoli
Sanford professor and Short Takes host Deondra Rose interviews professor Phil Napoli about his recent episode on Ways & Means: When Local News Dries Up. The two scholars discuss reasons behind and potential solutions for the shortage of local news in America.
Short Takes: Sandy Darity
Professor Deondra Rose interviews Professor William “Sandy” Darity Jr. about the research surrounding reparations. The two scholars take a deep dive about Ways & Means Season 5 Episode 1: “Reparations: How it Can Happen.”